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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
MIDDLE ATLANTIC RIVER FORECAST CENTER
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE STATE COLLEGE PA
 928 AM EDT SAT SEP 05 2015


SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED ACROSS OUR BASINS DURING
THE PAST 24 HOURS. THE HEAVIEST AMOUNTS FROM 12Z FRIDAY TO 12Z SATURDAY:

 AMT    LOCATION                       COUNTY           ST   NWSID
 1.40   Kents Store MADIS              Goochland        VA   EW5821
 1.28   Muncy                          Lycoming         PA   MNYP1
 1.11   Greenwich                      Cumberland       NJ   GRWN4
 1.06   Williamsburg                   Blair            PA   WIBP1
 0.97   Williamsburg                   Blair            PA   WMGP1
 0.94   Ford MADIS                     Amelia           VA   AU042
 0.84   Covington 4.1E COCO            Alleghany        VA   VAAL03
 0.83   Big Meadows F/P Precip         Madison          VA   LURV2
 0.75   Crozet 5WNW                    Augusta          VA   CROV2
 0.73   New Albany MADIS               Bradford         PA   AT324
 0.68   Hanover Co. AP                 Hanover          VA   OFP
 0.67   Bush Dam                       Clinton          PA   BUSP1
 0.64   Meyersdale                     Somerset         PA   MYRP1
 0.62   Roanoke AP                     Roanoke          VA   ROA
 0.60   Roanoke 8N                     Roanoke          VA   ROAV2

HIGH PRESSURE WILL ENSURE MAINLY DRY WEATHER FOR THE LABOR DAY WEEKEND
WITH ABOVE NORMAL WARMTH AND JUST A COUPLE OF AFTERNOON OR EVENING
POP-UP SHOWERS OR THUNDERSTORMS. 72 HOUR QPF IS JUST ABOUT ALL ZEROES.

LITTLE CHANGE IN STREAM STAGE WILL BE THE NORM FOR THE NEXT FEW DAYS.
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